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By Hartsville Vidette Staff Reporter

Editor’s Note: The following are suspects booked in the Trousdale County jail during the specified timeframe. All persons charged are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Aug. 6

Francisco Joeangle Ruiz, 26, of Hartsville, was charged with theft from building, non-habitational burglary by Deputy Jesse Gentry. Bond was set for $2,000 and General Sessions court date was set for Aug. 10.

Aug. 7

Kelley Reene Maynard, 35, of Hartsville, was charged with failure to pay by Deputy Joseph Buehler. Bond was set for $310 and General Sessions court date was set for Aug. 24.

Treyvon Edward French, 21, of Lebanon, was charged with intro/poss contraband in penal institute by DTF’s Brandon Gooch. Bond was set for $5,000 and General Sessions court date was set for Sept. 14.

Aug. 8

William Daniel Oshrin, 26, of Lebanon, was charged with probation violation by Deputy Travis Blair. No bond was set and General Sessions court date was set for Aug. 10.

Aug. 9

Robert Samuel Jeffery, 42, of Ashland City, was charged with probation violation by Deputy Jake Ayers. No bond was set and General Sessions court date was set for Sept. 10.

Aug. 10

Brandon Lee Woods, 18, of Dixon Springs, was charged with contempt of court by Judge Kenny Linville. No General Sessions court date had been set at press time.

Aug. 11

Jeremy Wayne Smith, 33, of Hartsville, was charged with theft-all other larceny by Deputy Joseph Buehler. Bond was set for $1,500 and no General Sessions court date was set at press time.

Lydia Gayle Zarichansky, 18, of Hartsville, was charged with unlawful drug paraphernalia by Deputy Tony Wrinkle. Zarichansky was cited to court and General Sessions court date was set for Aug. 24.

Shaheem Lamontize Scharkley, 23, of Gallatin, was charged with drivers license revoke/suspend/canceled by Deputy David Morgan. Bond was set for $2,000 and General Sessions court date was set for Sept. 14.

Aug. 12

Christopher Wayne Lilly, 24, of Hartsville, was charged with drivers license revoke/suspend/canceled by Deputy David Morgan. Bond was set for $500 and General Sessions court date was set for Sept. 21.